KALAMAZOO (WKZO) -- Kalamazoo Public Safety has suggested to prosecutors that they think Jonetta Woods should be charged with three counts of second degree child abuse, a ten year felony, for allegedly leaving her four children home alone on February 18th, the day their apartment at the Interfaith Apartment complex caught fire. Assistant Prosecutor Carrie Klein says it's up to them to set charges.
Tevin and Ty'nitha Williams, both three-years-old, and one-year-old Tyonna Henderson could not be rescued from the flames. Four-year-old Drayanna O’Day managed to escape, but it’s not clear how.
Klein says no deadline has been set for filing charges and evidence is still being weighed.